Okay, it’s not Monday, but I’m busy, so this sub-par (in terms of presentation, not link quality) linkage post will have to do – I know how much you all love your science links.
Elliott Sober is the Has Reichenbach Professor and William F. Vilas Research Professor at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and has written extensively on the philosophy of science, with a particular focus on the philosophy of evolutionary [...]
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Today’s science link is EvolDir – the Evolution Directory.
Again, like last week, this scientific resource isn’t for the general public, but for scientists and scientists-in-training. Actually, it’s specifically for biologists – evolutionary biologists – and it’s a wonderful source of information.
EvolDir is maintained by Brian Golding, an evolutionary biologist at McMaster University who studies molecular evolution and bioinformatics. While it’s not the flashiest site on the Internet, it has a specific goal in mind: to aid evolutionary biologists in [...]
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Most people don’t have journal access, so it’s always wonderful when academic papers are made available for free online – it’s even better when the papers are related to ID and evolution! The latest edition of Synthese, a philosophy journal, has a theme, and that theme is “Evolution and its rivals” (in other words: “Intelligent design and why it’s wrong – philosophers of science give their perspective”). The edition’s ten papers are free to download until the 31st of December, but don’t be lazy and miss out!
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